Franchising.net.au:

In today’s society promotion of a brand, a business, a service, even a personality, is just part of the way we live. There are almost endless ways to raise the profile of a business, whether that is through clothing, signs, client gifts or promotional events. One franchise-focused company has a number of brands in its portfolio.

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Because of the steady growth in competitive services, the need for businesses to get noticed through brand recognition and advertising has rapidly increased. As a result, the embroidery industry has been propelled to a $20 billion market, says United Franchise regional vice president (NSW, ACT, QLD, NT), Jeremy Winter. Franchisees remarket to their client base as seasons change or as new styles and fashions are introduced.

Winter says: “It’s important we keep ahead of the curve so that we know what new and innovative products are around the corner.”

EmbroidMe services clients in a range of industries including corporate, retail and wholesale, sporting clubs and schools, hospitality and trade services.